Colloquium: Claudia Felser on Magnetic Materials

Magnetic Materials and Topology

Claudia Felser, Max Planck Institute For Chemical Physics of Solids

Magnetic Materials and Topology

Abstract:  Topology, a mathematical concept, recently became a hot and truly transdisciplinary topic in condensed matter physics, solid state chemistry and materials science. All 200 000 inorganic materials were recently classified into trivial and topological materials: topological insulators, Dirac, Weyl and nodal-line semimetals, and topological metals [1]. Around 20% of all materials host topological bands. Currently, we have focused also on magnetic materials, a fertile field for new since all crossings in the band structure of ferromagnets are Weyl nodes or nodal lines [2], as for example Co 2 MnGa and Co 3 Sn 2 S 2 . Beyond a single particle picture and identified antiferromagnetic topological materials [3].


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3. Xu et al. Nature 586 (2020) 702.

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Start date
Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021, 3:35 p.m.
End date
Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, 4:35 p.m.
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Via zoom